Transamerica Retirement Website Change

Transamerica Retirement recently changed their retirement website.  They are moving everyone from to the new website below.

The information is also listed on the Transamerica website.

Mint needs to update this information within their site for adding an account.  It will not work until Mint updates this information


I can confirm this change, they are now using either or to access the accounts. This is something they've apparently done before, as is evidenced by the previous posts in Mint from years past about TA accounts not syncing because TA switches domains. I've sent a couple of "account request" items, but the accounts have not been updating for over a month now, and adding a new account still refers to the old domain. 

I'm hoping this is brought to the attention of the Intuit staff since ta-retire (or whatever it used to be) is no longer a valid domain, and I'm sure we are just a few of hundreds of Mint users with this issue. 

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